Tips for Picky Eaters

Tips for Picky Eaters

Let’s Talk About Picky Eaters! No one likes to eat foods that they don’t like. Not you. Not me. Definitely not our kids. While mealtime should be an enjoyable experience, it’s understandably one of the most common and difficult scenarios for picky eaters. However, it doesn’t have to be! Here are some tips from one […]

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Snowball Conversations

Snowball Conversations

Snowball Conversations   Everyone loves a good snowball fight, but not everyone likes to go out in the cold! What if we told you that you can also work on social skills while having a snowball fight indoors. Here is a fun winter themed activity, from one of our ABA therapists,  that you can do […]

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Consistency Over The Summer

Consistency Over The Summer

School is out for the summer, but that does not mean routines need to be out, too! Routines can be hard to keep over this unstructured period of the year, but we are here to help! Visual schedules, sticker boards, and using “first, then” can help keep your routines in place and create consistency over […]

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Making the Most of Extended Time at Home

Making the Most of Extended Time at Home

Whether you are setting up a new space for school work, teletherapy, or just a dedicated play space in your home, working on the motivation to keep your kids (and yourself going), or craving new resources and activities – Project Play Therapy’s ABA Team has some great tips for making the most of extended time […]

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Our NEW Franklin Location

Our NEW Franklin Location

Project Play Therapy is thrilled to share some exciting news! WE’RE MOVING!!! Over 2 years ago former practice owner, Helen Duhon, sold the company to owners Kyle and Sarah Keene, the owners of Project Play Therapy. We have kept the Franklin Speech and Learning name  – but we are excited to share that not only will […]

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Project Play Therapy Re-Opening Plan

Project Play Therapy Re-Opening Plan

As Tennessee begins slowly and cautiously opening back up, Project Play Therapy is committed to putting the health and safety of our patients and employees first, above all else. I am sure you have started to think about what this time looks like for PPT, when we get back to business as usual (or at […]

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Announcing Teletherapy

Announcing Teletherapy

While the nation reels from the effects of COVID-19, businesses, schools, homes – all of us are adjusting to the “new normal”. Many providers and small businesses have been forced to temporarily close, leading to a disruption in critical services like pediatric therapy. However, at Project Play Therapy, our “new normal” includes being able to […]

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